Breast cancer survivors pull together

Breast cancer survivors from across Ireland will participate in the world’s first Cancer Survivors World Cup at the International Dragon Boat Festival in Malaysia this week.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
15th October, 2011

Breast cancer survivors from across Ireland will participate in the world’s first Cancer Survivors World Cup at the International Dragon Boat Festival in Malaysia this week.

Some 28 Irish cancer survivors, from a group called the Plurabelle Paddlers, are due to compete against 150 breast cancer survivor teams from all over the world.

The event, which runs from Thursday to next Sunday, aims to promote breast cancer awareness internationally and to encourage participation by breast...

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